PCO is presenting its products at Eurosatory 2018, the international defence and security exhibition in Paris between 11-15 June. The company represents Poland with its opto-electronic offer among the most important defence companies.
Eurosatory is one of the biggest and most prestigious defence exhibitions across the world. For PCO – the leading Polish producer of military opto-electronics – participation in the event is an opportunity to present its products to a wide scope of potential buyers and conduct trade talks.
During the exhibition, the company will present both individual soldier’s equipment and devices for the armoured vehicles. Among the exhibited products are: SCT thermal weapon sight, DCM-1 modular day sight, MU-3M night-vision monocular – currently one of the lightest night-vision devices in the world, MU-3ADM night-vision goggles, NPL-1T thermal binocular, PNL-2ADM night-vision goggles, PNL-4 aviator’s night-vision goggles and PNL-3M aviator’s night-vision goggles for civilian use.
PCO also presents the SSP-1 OBRA-3 laser warning system destined for the detection of vehicles and military objects’ radiation from impulse rangefinders or laser illuminators, KLW-1 thermal camera for the fire control systems and aiming-observation systems.
“Participation in the exhibition is primarily an occasion to present a wide scope of opto-electronic products created in Poland for the military and police, that may compete with foreign devices. We would like to present innovative solutions that meet the highest expectations of our clients.
“According to our strategy we actively use the opportunity to enter foreign markets so we participate in Eurosatory – an exhibition with a high attendance of delegation and defence companies from across the world,” comments Paweł Glica, Member of the Board of PCO.
PCO will be based in Hall 5A.